Xbox is there. PlayStation isn’t officially but it kinda is. All the big brands have already shown us a lot and there’s still more to come – so what’s looking good and what’s lurking in the days ahead? Seamus and Kosta Andreadis talk it through on the latest High Resolution.
It’s been too long but the Byteside podcast is back for a catch up on what we’ve been watching and playing, plus WWDC and the Fastly mess.
Along with news the cranky handheld console will open for pre-orders in July, Pulp will help anyone make games for it – no code required.
Maybe you’re not actively trying to download the entire internet but you’d like to know what counts as “excessive”? NBN is working on it.
Operation Ironside (aka Trojan Shield) was a crazy idea to begin with, and even crazier that it actually worked.
Just saw a bunch of 503 errors on your favourite websites, like Amazon, Twitch, Reddit and major news outlets? Here’s what went wrong.
A circus with a secret? A trip to the Feywild? The next campaign adventure from D&D looks set to be a lighter affair than recent years.
A billionaire CEO joining in on the untested first ever crewed flight to space for his Blue Origin New Shepard mission is… let’s say ‘brave’ choice.
Here’s our first very quick look at the features that jumped out during the opening keynote of Apple WWDC 2021.
The big economies have agreed that if we can all just hold global corporations to a 15% tax maybe they’ll actually pay it.
Those lucky enough to have had two shots can get a certificate to prove it via the Australian Immunisation Register attached to myGov.
Every NBN reseller’s old enemy, CVC, could be on the chopping block as a new alterative fee structure gets offered up. Will it fly?
An extra 35 cards you can buy in one job lot is now live in the game, with some clever new basics and beefy legendaries to mix things up.
Twitter gives Australia the Blues, COVIDSafe doesn’t give anything, plus Facebook, hot sauce, Hearthstone, Valorant and more.
A unified identity service with cross border benefits across a region that works hard to respect privacy? Tell me more!
After recent Oversight Board questions, Facebook might be about to stop letting politicans say whatever they like.